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SubjectRe: MB without keyboard controller / USB-only keyboard ?
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>> On Thu, 16 Jan 2003 08:18:04 -0800 (PST)
>> "Randy.Dunlap" <rddunlap@osdl.org> wrote:
>>
>>> I posted a patch to 2.4.20 on 2002-Dec-04 that might work for you. It's
>>> available at
>>> http://www.osdl.org/archive/rddunlap/patches/kbc_option_2420.patch
>>>
>>> It might work for you. If you try it out, please let me know how it does
>>> for you.
>>
>> Hello Randy,
>>
>> we checked your patch and it works as you expected, only it is not what we
>> are looking for. We would like to be able to make _one_ kernel, that can
>> be used on boards with PS/2 keyboard or USB keyboard, but without a PS/2
>> keyboard check that takes as long as it does in current version (and gives
>> _one_ warning, but not tens).
>> Do you think this is solvable?
>
> OK, I see. I'm willing to try a few more things on this if you are willing
> to test them...are you?
>
> Is the "controller jammed" message the only one that you are seeing?

On a "jammed" system, please boot Linux with this string added to the
command line: "kbd-reset"
and tell me if you see any other keyboard messages, such as one that
begins with "initialize_kbd:" or these: "Keyboard timed out",
"keyboard: Timeout" or "keyboard: Too many NACKs".

Thanks,
~Randy



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